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Last word before November's election: ID required at the polls
PHOENIX -- Arizonans will need to bring identification to the polls next month if they want their votes to count.
Daily Dispatch and KDAP to hold candidate forum
Time to meet the candidates.
Douglas Library a hub of activity, intellectual growth
Walk in to the Douglas Public Library and you'll be greeted not only by a friendly and helpful staff but also by a wealth of new books, movies and music.
Two have surgery after fall from cliff
BISBEE - One of the three undocumented Mexican migrants injured last weekend after a fall down a cliff in the Huachuca Mountains underwent surgery Thursday at a Tucson hospital to treat brain hemorrhaging.
Former FBI agent: ID theft will get worse
SIERRA VISTA - Arizona is the No. 1 state for identity theft, and it is only going to get worse, according to a national personal security expert.
Mesquite bean milling at Farmers Market
If you harvested mesquite beans when they ripened last summer, October 21 is the day to bring them to the Bisbee Farmers Market for milling into a delicious, nutritious flour. Enjoy a free mesquite pancake and prickly pear syrup breakfast and watch Esperanza Arevalo demonstrate making mesquite flour tortillas. Arrive early for the best selection of wonderful fall produce then stay for live music by Amy Ross.
'It's a Joke Already!': Bisbee's Obscure Productions 3rd Annual Comedy Show
Bisbee's Obscure Productions will open its third annual comedy show, "It's a Joke Already!" on Friday, October 27. The show promises to rock the Bisbee Woman's Club with giggles, belly laughs and several raucous guffaws.
Visitor's Center first stop for travelers
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40 years later, church still lures Sunday drivers
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) _ Without attending a service at Tucson's drive-in church, it would be hard to know that a sense of community embraces a visitor, even from inside a car.
Mubarak: Muslims partly to blame for image
CAIRO, Egypt - Muslims are facing cruel and false accusations about their faith but must bear some responsibility for the wrong impressions, President Hosni Mubarak said.
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